Los Angeles County
JAIL CONTACT INFORMATION:
|131 N Isabel St, Glendale, CA 91206, USA, USA (google maps)
|Glendale City Jail
|Daily “Video Visits” (1:00pm – 4:00pm)
The Glendale City Jail is the third busiest municipal jail in the county of Los Angeles. Approximately 500-700 persons are booked into the jail each month.
You can obtain information about persons who have been arrested in Glendale, California, by calling the Glendale Jail at 818-548-3124.
JAIL MAILING ADDRESS (after arraignment):
[INMATE NAME, BOOKING NUMBER]
P.O. Box 86164
Los Angeles, CA 90086-0164
All visitations are done via video. For further instructions on visitation, please view the INMATE VISITATION REGULATIONS PAGE
Please note all visitors are subject to a search of their person and property.
It’s important to note that this location is only a temporary holding jail for arrestees until their first court date.
They also have a “pay to stay” program from inmates serving time who do not want to stay in the LA County jail system. For more information on the “Pay to Stay” program, please see the bottom of this page: Glendale Jail Pay-to-Stay Weekender Program.
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How to Win Your Case
We cannot stress enough that you read, understand and follow these 10 basic rules if you are criminally charged or under investigation:
- Don’t ever talk to the police
- Do not discuss your case with anyone
- Everything you tell your lawyer is confidential
- Tell police you need to contact your attorney
- Never consent to any search by the police
- If the police knock on your door, don't answer!
- Realize the consequences of a criminal conviction
- Your lawyer (not you) will contact any witnesses
- Information on your cell phone is evidence
- Early Intervention is the key